Diverse Energies

By Reading on the F Train

A really excellent anthology of stories with protagonists who were something other than straight white kids from Western countries. . . . There’s a police report narrated by a frozen-yogurt worker (with killer dude-voice and a completely twisted streak of dark humor) about the day the first robot lost it. There’s the story of a boy living safely within the walls of his school who longs to know more about the world outside, and an explanation from the school’s founder of why the boy and his friends weren’t allowed to that will make you question every dystopian setting you’ve ever read. . . . If you’re a fan of dystopian stories, you must give this book a read.”

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